Canal Walk Continues

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Canal Walk Continues

It was a cold frosty morning on Nick’s canal challenge today so progress hasn’t been as good as expected. At four days in Nick is still walking hard and determined to go all the way. It may look beautiful but it’s a long, lonely way along the seemingly never ending tow path of the Leeds-Liverpool canal. Keep going Nick, only 46 miles to go!

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